The International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) is to stage an online conference next month where best practices and steps which may be taken to prevent abuse will be discussed.
International Gymnastics Federation (FIG)-sanctioned competition is set to return in October with a World Challenge Cup artistic gymnastics event in Hungary.
The head coach of the Russian rhythmic gymnastics team has claimed the country did not enter the European Championships because of "unacceptable" conditions imposed by organisers.
The International Gymnastics Federation has announced that Brazilian gymnast Camilla Lopes Gomes has served a doping ban following a positive test at last year's Trampoline World Championships in Tokyo.
British Gymnastics' head national coach Amanda Reddin has temporarily stepped aside during an investigation into claims about her conduct, while the independent review of the governing body has officially been launched.
British Gymnastics chief executive Jane Allen has admitted that the organisation has "fallen short" in protecting its members.
Nile Wilson has claimed there is a "culture of abuse" in British gymnastics and said athletes are "treated like pieces of meat".
Carmencita Constantin has been elected as the President of the Romanian Gymnastics Federation, it has been announced.
Athletics Integrity Unit chair David Howman has been appointed to head an independent review into Gymnastics New Zealand after gymnasts made allegations of psychological and physical abuse.
Seven former gymnasts in New Zealand have come forward with allegations of psychological and physical abuse as the scandal in the sport continues to widen.
The Gymnast Parent Alliance, a group for parents of British youngsters in the sport, has criticised UK Sport chief executive Sally Munday for her comments made about the independent review into the allegations of abuse in British Gymnastics.
The Royal Dutch Gymnastics Union (KNGU) has suspended one of its top coaches and halted training for its international women's teams after it received allegations of physical and mental abuse.
Olympic bronze medallist Amy Tinkler has criticised the length of time taken by British Gymnastics to reach a conclusion regarding her complaint and suggests this could put other gymnasts in danger.
International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) President Morinari Watanabe has issued a message praising the bravery of athletes who come forward with stories of abuse they have suffered, while insisting the governing body is working on initiatives to improve the coaching culture of the sport.
Former Dutch gymnastics coach Gerrit Beltman has admitted to using abuse and intimidation on young gymnasts in an effort to win medals.